|Yoga is Powerful||P.D. Moore
Yoga is Powerful
little book shows that there is much more to Yoga than meets the eye.
years before Christ, so the legend goes, a young Prince called Siddhartha,
was reincarnated by virgin birth. The family soothsayer was asked to
predict his future. The seer said he would be a leader of men. One day Siddhartha set out on a journey, he traveled through pain and suffering to
reach Nirvana. The everlasting bliss we all dream of. This young Prince
was the Buddha. He grew up in a palace surrounded by luxury. In his
teens he privilege afforded him every indulgence. But he gave all this
up to gain ultimate wisdom. He would travel the darkness corridor of his
mind to come face to face with the devil inside him. He founded the
first world religion, followed today by over 400 million people. A
religion way mediation, or Yoga is used to reach a state of complete
peace and happiness. Two
and a half thousand years after his death the Buddha’s message still
lives on – even here in the west.
Yoga is now taught in some schools, practiced in business environments,
and prescribed by the medical community as a means of stress relief and
dealing with the ever
number of stress-related illnesses.
The author shows that “Yoga is the progressive
elimination of consciousness in order to secure pure Self-awareness”.
He thus drives home the all-important point often overlooked by western
Yoga enthusiasts, that Yoga “is not just a physical exercise, but has
a strong psychic component as well.
there are those who say Yoga is a harmful and deeply
occult practice. Concerns have even been raised about the dangers
and negative effects of Yoga on the long-term mental, psychological
well-being of the individual.
Yoga is one of the mysteries in life that boggles the mind. How does it work? Or does it work? Is it all hocus-pocus? What is the energy, or power behind Yoga and meditation? Order your copy today!
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